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Really nice. Doubled up the recipe to make about 8 patties in the end and put some coriander instead of parsley. I agree that you want to keep them on one side for a bit longer to let them keep consistency, also a good "flipper" to turn them quick is a good idea :-)

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Bliss1976 September 04, 2009

DH liked these. I had a really problem getting them to hold together and needed to cook them longer. They were very simple to mix up, great for a quick meal. Thanks for posting the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview July 10, 2014

Absolutely loved the flavor (and health) of these! I had a bit of trouble getting my first batch to stay in patty form...got more of a mush. For the second batch, I cooked them a bit longer (more like 5min per side) and they held together a bit better. Next time I might add a bit more flour though. Try this! It's awesome! Note: for a doubled recipe 1can tuna and 2/3 can corn

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jennyblender March 26, 2014

I used a 425g tin of Tuna and a 425g tin of Creamed Corn (that's what was in my cupboard) I used 4 eggs 4 tablespoons of flour, 4 tablespoons of cheese and 1 onion and they turned out absolutely beautifully, the whole family practically breathed them in!! Healthy and Delicious

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jenicorrigan May 15, 2009

This recipe was amazing! Everybody in my family loved it, and it was really healthy too. It's like the low carb, low fat version of really good tuna helper (the normal staple of my family's meals). Except to be honest and fair, it's way better than Tuna Helper.

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Cooking Solo July 11, 2007
Tuna and Corn Fritters